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  • Good Afternoon, my name is Thomas and I work for Univalor, the commercialization arm of University of Montréal and most of its affiliated institutions. The technology I’m going to present to you comes from Polytechnique of Montréal. It is a new method of positioning using a single base station in mobile networks

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  • 1. Thomas Martinuzzo, Jr. Eng Project Leader, Business Development Position Location in Mobile Networks Using single Base Station TechConnect Summit, 2007
  • 2. The Definition and the Market
    • Wireless Position Location systems focus on providing Geographic Information and spatial information via mobile and field units
    • Location Based Service: worldwide market $ 4B
    • Notable progress for Location Based service in the last years
  • 3. Current technologies
      • Methods based on precise measurements
      • ex: RADAR, APS
      • Parameter Estimation of at least one channel parameter
      • Costly of volume and money (additive hardware)
      • Difficulties in the presence of obstacles of indoor
      • Methods based on landmarks
      • Ex: GPS, RFID
      • Need lost of power, bandwidth,
      • Large number of antennas or gates
  • 4.
    • 802.11n in 2008
    • Wider coverage
    • 8 times faster than Wi-Fi
    • Higher reliability
    • Simultaneous transmission of multiple data streams
    The Motivation MIMO: Multiple Input Multiple Output
  • 5. The new method determines the position of mobile station using a single base station in order to easily and precisely localize any type of device. The new system proposed
  • 6. The Method explained
  • 7. Current technologies
      • Methods based on precise measurements
      • ex: RADAR, APS
      • Parameter Estimation of at least one channel parameter
      • Costly of volume and money (additive hardware)
          • The traffic reduced
          • Chip only on the device you want to localize
      • Difficulties in the presence of obstacles of indoor
          • The more devices equipped with MIMO, the more precise will be your localization
  • 8.
    • COST: Existing network and equipments
    • ACCURACY : Errors minimized
    • SPEED : No time synchronization
    • QUALITY OF SERVICE : Less network traffic
    • TRACKING : The source transmitter can be located
    The Advantages
  • 9. Position Location System The Applications Enhanced 911 Fleet Tracking Inventory Tracking Location-based Billing Personal Location RF/network Optimization Fraud Detection More…
  • 10. Thanks!
    • Seeking : partners for licensing
    • For more information about the science :
    • Jean Conan, Ph.D. [email_address]
    • 1 514 340 4711 ext : 4551
    • Commercialization and licensing :
    • Didier Leconte, MBA [email_address]
    • 1 514 340 3243 ext : 4224
    • Thomas Martinuzzo, Jr. Eng [email_address]
    • 1 514 340 3243 ext: 4243